NSF grant awarded!

We have been awarded a $1.1 million grant from the National Science Foundation for the prediction, early detection, and mitigation of virtual reality motion sickness!  This project is an interdisciplinary collaboration with Victoria Interrante (Computer Science & Engineering) and Thomas Stoffregen (Kinesiology).

Five submissions accepted to IEEE VR!

The Illusioneering Lab has five submissions accepted at the IEEE VR 2019, the premier academic conference on virtual reality and 3D user interfaces! Jerald Thomas will present the paper, A General Reactive Algorithm for Redirected Walking using Artificial Potential Functions. Courtney Hutton will present Augmented Reality Interfaces for Semi-Autonomous Drones Read more…

Paper accepted to ICAT-EGVE!

Our paper “Individualized Calibration of Rotation Gain Thresholds for Redirected Walking” has been accepted to the International Conference on Artificial Reality and Telexistence & Eurographics Symposium on Virtual Environments!  Courtney Hutton will present at the conference in Limassol, Cyprus in November 7-9, 2018.